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  • Mass Merchants/Department Stores Boosting the scope of the web as a selling channel

    As any traditional Main Street or mall retailer knows, merchandising that speaks newness, high-value and usefulness will turn consumers into shoppers, and offering great service and ease of shopping will keep them coming back as buyers. Build the store’s brand, give people a reason to come inside, and capture them with quality and service. It works in physical stores, and the biggest online players are making it work on the web as well.

    Posted 11/30/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    As any traditional Main Street or mall retailer knows, merchandising that speaks newness, high-value and usefulness will turn consumers into shoppers, and offering great service and ease of shopping will keep them coming back as buyers. Build the store’s brand, give people a reason to come inside,…
  • Because you bought cross-selling, you may also like ...

    ... product recommendations. But which method to choose is a matter of debate.

    Posted 12/29/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    ... product recommendations. But which method to choose is a matter of debate.

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  • The (insert foreign nationality here) are coming

    Foreign retailers use the Internet for an easy entree into the U.S.

    Posted 09/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Foreign retailers use the Internet for an easy entree into the U.S.
  • A crescendo of competition

    A crescendo of competition

    Internet giants battle over digital music, in a broader war for consumer loyalty.

    Posted 11/01/2011Zak StamborPost a comment

    Internet giants battle over digital music, in a broader war for consumer loyalty.
  • Amazon.com pushes the m-commerce envelope with text messages

    Amazon.com has launched Amazon TextBuyIt, a new way of mobile shopping that bypasses its mobile web site, providing consumers an entirely different path to merchandise when away from a computer.

    Posted 05/02/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Amazon.com has launched Amazon TextBuyIt, a new way of mobile shopping that bypasses its mobile web site, providing consumers an entirely different path to merchandise when away from a computer.
  • Is Amazon paddling toward a profit?

    Amazon.com still hasn’t shown Wall Street the money-in fact, its 1999 fourth-quarter loss reached a wider-than-ever $185 million. But the Web’s sales and traffic leader has begun offering a preview of profitability via recent alliances with Drugstore.com and Living.com. Amazon increased its investments in both companies in exchange for giving the sites shopping tabs that could fetch as much as $100 million a year at margins approaching 80%,...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Amazon.com still hasn’t shown Wall Street the money-in fact, its 1999 fourth-quarter loss reached a wider-than-ever $185 million. But the Web’s sales and traffic leader has begun offering a preview of profitability via recent alliances with Drugstore.com and Living.com. Amazon increased its…
  • And now, virtual plastic

    For decades, stores have tried to create customer loyalty by offering proprietary credit cards. Now, further evidence that web retailing is becoming more like traditional retailing, but with a twist, Amazon.com has introduced a proprietary credit "card."

    Posted 12/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    For decades, stores have tried to create customer loyalty by offering proprietary credit cards. Now, further evidence that web retailing is becoming more like traditional retailing, but with a twist, Amazon.com has introduced a proprietary credit "card."
  • Books/CDs/DVDs

    Back in the day, books and CDs were the products that pioneered e-retailing. Because retailers of these products generally have been selling for longer periods than many other merchants, they have always had a leg-up when it comes to innovating web site design and functionality. Today they continue to march forward, but some of these e-retailers are marching at a faster pace—and as such easily staying ahead of the pack.

    Posted 11/29/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Back in the day, books and CDs were the products that pioneered e-retailing. Because retailers of these products generally have been selling for longer periods than many other merchants, they have always had a leg-up when it comes to innovating web site design and functionality. Today they continue…
  • Amazon looking to shape up

    Amazon.com is closing a Georgia distribution center and looking to make all its product offerings contribute to the profitability goal.

    Posted 02/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Amazon.com is closing a Georgia distribution center and looking to make all its product offerings contribute to the profitability goal.
  • Dual Pitch: Blockbuster and Napster offer DVD and music deals from the same card

    DVD heavyweight Blockbuster and web savvy Napster team up to offer pioneering Digital Duo cards good for both digital music and online movie rentals.

    Posted 01/03/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    DVD heavyweight Blockbuster and web savvy Napster team up to offer pioneering Digital Duo cards good for both digital music and online movie rentals.

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